In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak that appears to have begun in the Hubei province of China, many countries have instituted travel bans to and from China in an attempt to contain the virus. As misinformation and rumor regarding the pandemic spreads, it runs the risk of stoking other ills, namely xenophobia and racism. […]
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For today’s show, we opened up the phone lines to take calls from listeners and hear what’s on their minds. The result? A conversation about Trump and Israel, the impeachment hearings, the 2020 election, and finding hope—or not—in these turbulent political times.
Tony Castaneda hosts the Thursday Eight O’Clock Buzz in front of a live audience at The Victory on February 13, 2020 in honor of World Radio Day. Backing band The Love Triangle Quartet provides musical support throughout. Jon Lica, Corporate Giving Manager at the Goodman Community Center kicks off the show to talk about what’s […]
Reports surfaced earlier this week that the Trump administration is seeking to deport thousands of Hmong and Lao U.S. residents to Laos. Today on the show, we discuss this news and the history of Hmong and Lao communities in Wisconsin with Kabzuag Vaj, co-founder and co-executive director of Freedom, Inc. Kabzuag Vaj was born in Laos […]
Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, Ali Muldrow spends the hour with Daniel Jones, editor of the New York Times‘ Modern Love column, who shares insights from his years of working with love stories of all kinds. Mentioned stories: “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This” by Mandy Len […]